In this month’s Clinical Considerations, we take a look at biologics and treatments for seborrheic keratoses.
Long term control is important for chronic diseases. Therefore more data is needed to help achieve optimal control. This article elucidates findings from atopic dermatology experts regarding the importance of maintaining high levels of disease control over time. Specifically they discuss the use of topical agents for patients being treated with the biologic Dupixent as one effective strategy. Read more to gain insights into the one-year safety and efficacy profile of Dupixent.
There are multiple biologic agents available today for the treatment of Psoriasis. How do you choose which agent or pathway to target when initiating therapy? Patients with psoriasis want to have the clearest skin possible. It is up to us to choose the safest treatment while still providing the most effective agent for our patients. The medial history of your patients will influence your decision. This article provides guidance by pointing out differences between biologic classes which are helpful in choosing the appropriate agent for each patient.
Not a day goes by that we do not see an SK. While clinically insignificant to us, recent data shows that they do concern patients. Patients seeking treatment for SKs are presented with limited treatment options–liquid nitrogen, electrocautery, and curettage to name a few. All of these modalities carry a risk of leaving a mark. Is there a better way? An investigational agent is on the horizon that may yield a better cosmetic result than our current modalities. Read on to learn more….
Joe Gorelick, MSN, FNP-C, Dermatology Education Foundation Founder and Chairman